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Péter Melius Juhász (1532 – 25 December 1572) was a Hungarian botanist, writer, theologist, and bishop of the Calvinist Reformed Church in Transylvania. He famously debated with Ferenc David in a series of synods resulting in the Brief Confession of Pastors at Debrecen (1567), the Confession of Kassa (1568), and the Várad disputation (18 August 1568) - held at "Várad", modern Nagyvárad (Romanian Oradea), not Várad in Hungary. The "sententia catholica," was followed by a new confession, the Confession of Várad (1568).
Herbarivm. Az faknac fvveknec nevekröl, termésetekröl, és haßnairól, Magyar nyelwre, és ez rendre hoßta az Doctoroc Kőnyueiből az Horhi Melius Peter. Nyomtattot Coloſuárat Heltai Gaſpárné Műhellyébé, 1. 5. 78. Eßtendőben.
^Mihály BalázsEarly Transylvanian antitrinitarianism (1566-1571): from Servet to Palaeologus Baden-Baden, 1996 "Around the middle of 1568 Melius and his friends published their theses for the Varad dispute on August 22th [sic?], 1568. The opus is no longer extant; but we have the reply by David and his followers, the often mentioned Refutatio ..."